The great thing about the trip is the flexibility to opt out of any activity if you need a break or just fancy some time to do your own thing. So while I enjoyed catching up on some much needed sleep after the previous days long haul flights, the ladies headed out to a mud volcano just outside the city and I joined them for lunch.
For lunch we headed to Getsemani, for a home-cooked Sunday feast. This unique experience was hosted by two inspirational ladies who have converted there home into a restaurant business against all odds and who strive to inspire those in the local community to think entrepreneurially.
Our meal was followed by an afternoon of Salsa dancing and bar hopping.
Our salsa tour guides gave us a brief history of Salsa. Music is a massive part of Colombian culture, with many different influences and it forms a massive part of the social scene.